WVCST Conducts Presentation of Sponsors

                Western Visayas College of Science and Technology conducted its Presentation of Sponsors last February 10, 2014 with Dr. Luis M. Sorolla, Jr. as its Honoree and key note speaker.

                This year’s Dean of Corps Sponsors is Ms. Leah Carla Lebrilla, a faculty member of the WVCST Laboratory School.

                The Corps of Sponsors for this school year were presented together with their parents. They were led by Jessa Marie Superal, a BSED – TLE student who is the Corps Sponsor, followed by Jean Pearl Parreño, BSHRT, Sponsor, Bn S1, Jessehe Bendol, BSHRT, Sponsor Bn S2, Michelle Ecole, BSHRT, Sponsor, Bn S3, Genesis Villamayor, BSHRT, Sponsor Bn S4, Jennifer Alemania, BSHRT, Sponsor, Bn S5, Julie Jane Borreros, BSHRT, Sponsor, Alpha Company, Chenny Suarez, Architectural Drafting, Sponsor, Ex-O Alpha Company, Rachelle Nae Lazarito, BSHRT, Sponsor, Bravo Coy and Ma. Carla Valiente, BSHRT, Sponsor, Ex-O Bravo Coy.

                In line with the International Women’s Month, Dr. Luis M. Sorolla, Jr., as the keynote speaker,  stressed the role of women in the society. “If men are considered rulers, women are the ones rocking their cradles. They also represent strength, wisdom, patience and love that can change men.”

                According to history, when men performed their duty in military, women played a big role. They served as inspiration, and at the same time they performed the office tasks left by those who went to battlefield. And this role has expanded even up to the battlefield where a lot of women in our society are now doing men’s job including that of those in uniform.

                Meanwhile, Dr. Sorolla also emphasized that the training together with the penalties in ROTC are all important to hone each one for a much bigger responsibilities as future leaders of the society. The discipline one gets in ROTC is something worth keeping. He made himself an example because according to him, he was able to experience almost all penalties during his time but it turned out to be a positive factor that helped him become what he is now.

                The ROTC group Of WVCST was highly applauded for its discipline and performance during the said event. Also, it garnered a total score of 90.848 points during the Tactical Inspection held on February 26, 2014.

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